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In its 51-year history, every iteration of the car – from the first 911 in 1963, to its major evolution into the 964 in 1989, the 993 in 1994, the 996 in 1998 (which I'd really like to pretend never existed because Porsche must have been smoking something when they came up with that idea), the 997 in 2005, and of course the 991 of 2012 – has retained that shape.From its first appearance derived from an E30 model in 1986 up until BMW decided to designate the coupe of its compact executive car as the 4-series last year, the model's M version was called the M3.The inside of the M4 more closely resembles the standard 4-Series coupe from which it is derived.Those enhanced brakes can stop this 3,164-pound car from 70 to 0 mph in 144 feet.Whereas its predecessor boasted a 414 bhp 4.0 liter normally aspirated V-8, the M4 is powered by a 425 horsepower 3.0-liter M TwinPower Turbo inline-six engine that achieves a maximum torque of 406 lb-ft and 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds.The M4's carbon-ceramic brakes can bring the car from 70 mph to a standstill in 151 feet.
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